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UPDATED: April 27, 2018

The following are the FIFTH DRAFT of districting maps  

Tan VI  – PDF map

Tan VII  – PDF map 

UPDATED: April 24, 2018

The following are the FOURTH DRAFT of districting maps  

Public 105  – PDF map 

UPDATED: April 23, 2018

The following are the FOURTH DRAFT of districting maps  

Tan V  – PDF map 

UPDATED: April 18, 2018

The following are the THIRD DRAFT of districting maps  

Oak IV  – PDF map 

Pine IV – PDF map  

Tan IV – PDF Map

UPDATED: April 10, 2018 

The following are the SECOND DRAFT of districting maps  

Orange II  – PDF map 

Tan II – PDF map  / Tan III - PDF map

Violet II – PDF Map

Oak II – PDF map

Pine II  – PDF map / Pine III - PDF map

Public Draft 101 - PDF map

Public Draft 102 - PDF map


UPDATED: March 27, 2018

The following are the FIRST DRAFT of districting maps  

Green – PDF map

Orange  – PDF map 

Tan – PDF map 

Violet – PDF map

**At the March 20, 2018 City Council meeting, Council asked the demographer to create a set of maps that would have 4 districts and allow for the Mayor to be elected at-large. The following maps reflect that request:

Oak – PDF map

Pine  – PDF map 

Proposed Election Sequencing Options 

What do you think of the Draft Maps?

Now that they are posted, the Council wants to hear what you like and dislike about each map, but not just which map(s) you like or dislike, but why you feel that way about each map.

These are the FIRST and SECOND DRAFTS, and future versions (there will be at least two more sets created) can include revisions aimed at addressing the concerns raised by residents.  Please email your thoughts to

These maps will also be available at the Dana Point Community Center, Library and City Hall for those who are unable to access them online.  Please take the time to look at them and share your thoughts, either by email (, by letter, comment card (for hard copies at designated locations), or at a Council meeting.

Interactive Map Viewer  (This link takes you to a website where you can view all of the maps and zoom in and out to see the map details.)  

The interactive review map primarily allows residents to look in detail at the proposed maps. It is not designed to enable the drawing and submission of maps. If, however, you would like to propose changes, you can either write out in text or print out and draw on the interactive review map or the PDF maps. Using the interactive review map, residents can turn on the “Census Blocks” layer and, when residents zoom in on the area they would like to revise, the population numbers for each Census Block in that area will appear. By ensuring that any proposed changes are close to equal population transfers, you can submit map revisions that meet the population requirements for Council consideration and possible adoption. 

Please remember that maps must be posted to the City website and available at City Hall (not just submitted) at least seven days prior to Council consideration, so submit your maps as soon as possible. The time required to process and post the revised maps depends on how many maps are received, and when they are received.  Please submit maps to